View historic treasures, magnificent works of nature, city highlights and iconic symbols of the nation on this East Canada holiday. Not only does this tour package bring you on city tours in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec, it also gives you a once-a-lifetime experience at Niagara where you will ride on the famous Maid of the Mist as it takes you close to the stunning Niagara Falls.
Upon arrival at Toronto airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.
Toronto City Tour
Discover Toronto with visits to Hockey Hall of Fame, a museum dedicated to the history and greatest players of ice hockey, CN Tower, Canada’s most recognizable landmark, Rogers Centre, a multi-purpose stadium in downtown Toronto, Air Canada Centre, a multi-purpose indoor sporting arena in downtown Toronto, Olympic Spirit, an Olympic-themed attraction featuring interactive displays, Harbourfront neighborhood, a waterfront district offering beautiful views of Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence Market, a major public market showcasing merchants passionate about their produce and craft, Toronto Entertainment District, a downtown area housing everything from live theaters and nightclubs to restaurants and major league sports teams, Casa Loma, the largest private residence of its era when built and is now a historic house museum, Royal Ontario Museum, a museum of art, world culture and natural history, Bata Shoe Museum, a museum that celebrates the style and function of footwear, and CF Toronto Eaton Centre, a premier shopping mall in downtown Toronto.
Board Niagara’s signature boat, Maid of the Mist, which will take you close to the stunning falls, and around American Falls (based on seasonal availability). Other notable spots you will visit are Horseshoe Falls, Table Rock, Floral Clock, Clifton Hill and Niagara-on-the-Lake.
After breakfast, take a domestic flight to Montreal, a unique blend of a city that is known for its magnificent churches and exciting festivals. Upon check-in at hotel, proceed to explore Montreal’s colorful city life at your own leisure.
Get a comprehensive overview of Montreal as you visit the Old Montreal, the oldest area in the city, Notre-Dame Basilica, an imposing Gothic Revival church which was the first in Canada, Olympic Park, home to many venues of the 1976 Summer Olympics, Mount Royal Park, the city’s best- known park, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, touted to be the largest church in Canada, Port of Montreal, Chinatown, Place Ville Marie, Montreal City Hall, Bell Centre, Downtown Montreal and many more signature highlights.
Explore Ottawa, the capital of Canada, as you visit Parliament buildings, Supreme Court of Canada, National Arts Centre, Ottawa City Hall, Dows Lake, Chinatown, Little Italy, Rideau Canal, Ontario's only UNESCO World Heritage site, Rockcliffe Park Lookout, a spot that offers one of the best views Ottawa has to offer, Ornamental Gardens, an 8-acre showcase of perennials and shrubs, many of which were developed in Canada, and ByWard Market, a historic market featuring farmers’ market stalls, hip street art stores, cosy eateries and quaint bars.
Spend the day discovering the charming French-speaking Quebec with insightful visits to Place-Royale, a central plaza in Old Quebec featuring many historic buildings, Plains of Abraham, the site of a pivotal battle in the history of Canada, Montmorency Falls, one of Quebec’s most stunning natural attractions, Île d'Orleans, a historic borough that celebrates Quebec’s rural traditions, Place d'Armes, a popular square in Old Quebec, and Parliament Building among other interesting attractions.
Free till departure transfer to Montreal airport for homebound flight.
Maid of the Mist
Toronto, Niagara, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec have a warm summer continental climate. Toronto has an average temperature of 8.3 °C and annual rainfall of 785 mm, while Niagara’s temperature is 8.65 °C and rainfall 887 mm, Montreal’s temperature is 6.4 °C and rainfall 975 mm, Ottawa’s temperature is 6.0 °C and rainfall 868 mm, and Quebec’s temperature is 4.8 °C and rainfall 1101 mm.
The seasons in Toronto, Niagara, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebecare as follow:
- Spring –March to May are months when the cities enjoy cool and mild weather which is good for walking around. This maple harvesting season also allows you the opportunity to be invited by Quebec’s maple sugar shacks to watch as the maple sap is boiled into syrup and other tasty treats.
- Summer –June to August is the peak tourist season for Toronto, Niagara, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec.
- Autumn –September to November bring about the colors of autumn. When visiting Niagara, it is recommended to prepare clothing that can be layered because temperatures can be unpredictable.
- Winter –Toronto andNiagara are covered in snow from December to March, while Montreal, Ottawa and Quebecfrom November to March. During winter, Niagara Falls may freeze and the cold will be sharp due to the wind-chill. The cities also experience biting winds and snow. Sidewalks will be icy, so it is recommended to have proper footwear.